Online radio could compromise the listenership of ‘traditional’ radio

Radio stations around the world have taken note of the rise of popularity in Online Radio. Quite truthfully, however, first world countries are more conscious about it than third world countries because of the difference in accessibility and affordability of internet. In the American context, more cars are being installed with internet access, which poses... Continue Reading →


Radio debut: testing 1,2

Training, interviews, voice testing, job shadowing and a written test later and the time had arrived. I can still clearly remember it as though it were only the other day. My first ever on air radio shift. It was a Monday night 11:00 pm, campus was cold, dark and windy - and I had to... Continue Reading →

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